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Conestogan (1989)



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Author: Elizabethtown College
Volume: 1989
Subject: Elizabethtown College yearbook
Publisher: Elizabethtown College
Year: 1989
Possible copyright status: Copyright High Library, Elizabethtown College. This item is presented courtesy of Elizabethtown College for research and educational purposes. Other uses of this material, including commercial products, print publication, broadcast, mirroring, or reuse on a website, requires prior permission from Elizabethtown College.
Language: English
Call number: 378.73 El43P
Digitizing sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: Elizabethtown College, The High Library
Collection: elizabethtowncollege; americana; brethrendigitalarchives
Notes: This book has text and images that run into the gutter.

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The Elizabethtown College yearbook was known as the Etonian from 1922-1950; then changed its name to the Conestogan in 1951. No yearbook was published in 1929, or for the 1941-1942 academic year.


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